Harvest Festival 2012

Native hoop dancers and drummers from the Native Canadian Centre for Toronto, Aboriginal Education Outreach Program

View on the street

Christine Rivard

Having fun at the Harvest Festival!

Checking out the great silent auction items at the Group 74 booth.

Durham Improv hamming it up with steal panist, Earl LaPierre Jr.

The best chocolate and fudge - yum!

Face painitng fun at the Festival!

Christian Pritchard cooking up something delicious!

Cooking u some corn with Christine Rivard

Look at those clay creations!

Madame Buskerfly

The man behind the muscle!

Sue Pitchforth, our fearless leader!

St Thomas' Anglican Church

Canadian Sea Cadets

Everyone's favorite game!

Ethno-Cultural and Diversity Advisory Committee

Sue Pitchforth with Fred Martin, Whitby Town Crier

Group 74 members Melanie and Gloria

Kim from the Town of Whitby

Native hoop dancers and drummers from the Native Canadian Centre for Toronto, Aboriginal Education Outreach Program

Enjoying a Bam Lion's pancake breakfast!

Group 74 members braving the rain.

St. Leo Knights of Columbus

Scouts Canada

Firefighter Terry with Molly the fire dog

Whitby Curling Club

Windreach Farm goats

Thanks for keeping us all safe!

Our wonderful volunteers!

Brooklin Fair Ambassador 2012 Nicole Jackson with Brianna

Random Acts of Rhythm

More amazing volunteers!

Admiring the caricature by artist Susan Welland

Steph & Elle

Fred Martin, Whitby Town Crier

Mayor Pat Perkins Officially Opening the Festival

Face Painting Fun!

2012 Harvest Festival

Durham Region Roller Derby Rockin it to the Chicken Dance!

Earl LaPierre Jr.-Extraordinary Steel Panist

Cooking demo with Christian and Christine

Brooklin Optimist Club

Suzanne and Sue

Durham Improv performers mingling through the crowd, lead by Stephanie Herrera

Stephanie Herrera hamming it up with the crowd!

Face painting at the Festival